Dhoni set new world record, Is it time to retire?

Ms dhoni Is it time to retire

He is one of the top cricketers. He was also a great athlete and has all the necessary qualities to perform at the very highest level but seeing tomorrow match feels it’s time for grand farewell & let more youngest handle the pressure now, No we don’t know if it is time to retire or not one thing is sure we love him so much.

Dhoni new world record

London: Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has achieved a rare feat in his career. Mahi, the longest-serving wicket-keeper in international cricket, has made history he is the first cricketer to play 350 ODIs. Dhoni represented the Asian Eleven in 3 matches and played for the remaining 347 Team India.

 

Dhoni became the tenth cricketer to play 350 ODIs. Mr. Cool was awarded before the match in the first semifinal match against New Zealand as part of the World Cup.

He is the second cricketer to achieve this feat after Sachin Tendulkar (463). Dhoni captained 200 matches in all 350 ODIs.

Overall, as a record level in the third One-day cricketer, Dhoni has captained India has been the only player machine. Former Sri Lanka keeper Sangakkara played 404 ODIs and became a specialist batsman in 44 matches.

Dhoni has been the keeper of his entire career. While Sachin is at the top of the list of ODIs, Jayawardene (448), Sanath Jayasuriya (445), Kumara Sangakkara (404), Shahidi Afridi (398), Inzamam ul Haq (378), Ricky Ponting (375) and Wasim Akram (35). And Muttiah Muralitharan (350).

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